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Seventy years of growth celebrated
Experts share their views on China's development over the decades and its evolving role on the world stage.
70 years of PRC's growing global influence
Few world leaders predicted how far the PRC would come in 70 years since its founding in 1949, yet today China wields increasing positive influence across the globe.
Bangladesh benefits from China's development
Since Bangladesh joined China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in 2016, it has been a beneficiary of much investment and aid to enhance its economic development.
The evolving face of 'China speed'
The blistering pace of expansion by China's economy in the past decades has impressed the world as "China speed." Now the term is taking on new meaning as the country enters a new development phase.
Time will tell if Trump's Iran strategy proves effective after Saudi Arabia attack
With the U.S. attempting to "contain" Iran after Saudi Arabia oil attack, many wonder if Iran will cave under pressure, or if the only solution is for the U.S. to return to the JCPOA signed in 2015.
Why Western universities are coming to China for R&D
Top educational institutions from the West are increasingly looking to China for partnerships in research and development, a trend that holds promise for the future benefit of all parties.
What might Robert O'Brien bring as Trump's national security adviser?
President Donald Trump has named his fourth national security advisor in three years. Yet, already, there are questions as to whether Robert O'Brien will fare any better than his predecessors.
Technology leads to new ways of students cheating
With students finding cleverer ways to cheat in exams, especially relying on technological advances, this is a global problem that calls for new approaches from the teaching profession.
Pushing China's high-end manufacturing industry
China's growing high-end manufacturing industry and adoption of intelligent and interconnected systems are crucial to the nation's future economic growth.
China removes quota restrictions on QFII, RQFII to boost financial opening
China's recent move to remove investment limits for relevant foreign investors will provide them with more convenience to access the Chinese bond and equity markets.
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